A discovery trail has been launched based on locations in and around Marlow that featured in the popular TV detective series Midsomer Murders.
The trail starts in Marlow and makes its way through 17 miles (27km) of countryside and locations, including Frieth, Lane End, Fingest and Hambleden, that featured in the TV detective series.
Funding from Wycombe District Council was used to created the train together with support from Visit Buckinghamshire.
It is hoped that the new train will encourage visitors and local people to explore the delights of local area and discover some hidden gems.
Cllr Graham Peart, Cabinet Member for Community at Wycombe District Council, said: ‘The new Midsomer trail is really fun to do and even though I know our district really well, it helped me to discover some new hidden gems. I can thoroughly recommend it as a great day out to do with family, friends or visitors.
Tourism initiatives like this not only add to the ‘feel good’ factor of a place, but also play an important part in supporting local businesses by bringing new customers.
There are some great suggestions for places to stop and take in views and to enjoy some great food and drink as well as pick up some amazing local produce created by talented people in local businesses. It’s just one way we are working to enhance people’s experience of our local area and to support local enterprise and entrepreneurs.‘
Further information on the trail can be found at https://www.visitbuckinghamshire.org/article/midsomer-marlow-trail.
Printed copies of the trail are available from the information centres based in local libraries.